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‘The Farthest’ is an inspiring documentary about arguably one of humanity's greatest achievements: the Voyager space mission, which in 2012 became the first manmade object to leave our solar system and head into interstellar space. Launching nearly forty years earlier, the Voyager captured images of other planets in unprecedented, genuinely awe-inspiring detail. Contained within it are a "golden record", which includes iconic musical recordings, and a series of 100 images designed to encapsulate humanity and life on earth for whomever may one-day stumble across it. The film provides a powerful statement of Earth's fragility and our collective responsibility to protect it.
Heartening American drama based on the true story of three African American women who rose through the ranks of NASA during the Civil Rights era.
11+ years 127 mins
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7–14 years 43 mins
Thought-provoking and visually impressive sci-fi thriller about a world in which mass genetic engineering leads to inequality.
16+ years 102 mins
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Also in cinemas are The Florida Project, Félicité, A Caribbean Dream and The Man with the Iron Heart, with anime Your Name leading this week's DVD releases.
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